Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration has invested a whopping $700,000 in taxpayer money on a program that claims to help prevent “transgender boys” from getting pregnant.
The tax dollar handout to support the creation of a national pregnancy prevention program for transgenders was revealed in federal grant records.
Health and Human Services (HHS) handed over the funds in September 2023.
The taxpayer funds were given to the Center for Innovative Public Health Research (IPHR).
The IPHR is a nonprofit that develops health technologies, according to its website.
The program will utilize a text-messaging program that was designed for “cisgender sexual minority girls” between the ages of 14-18.
“Cisgender” is a term invented by leftists to describe a person who isn’t transgender and “identifies” with the gender they were born with.
It is often used as a slur by the pro-trans lobby.
The program claims to “address social and structural influences of sexual behavior” in “transgender boys,” according to the grant’s description.
Females who claim to be transgender “boys” may “be less likely to use condoms when having sex with people who have penises and are at least as likely as cisgender girls to be pregnant,” a description for the grant claims.
According to the grant’s description, the program will use focus groups to “identify and give voice to the contexts that affect sexual decision-making” of transgender boys.
They will then use “content advisory teams” to ensure that content “resonates with these youth.”
The program will then test the final version with 700 “transgender boys” nationwide, according to the grant.
The success of the program will be measured by rates of birth control use and condom-protected sex in transgender boys 14-18.
Meanwhile, the Biden admin has handed out millions in funding for other transgender programs and research.
In June, the National Institute of Health (NIH) shelled out over $200,000 for an online program to connect LGBTQ youth with LGBTQ adult “mentors.”
The program is being created by University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Professor Katie Edwards to promote “social-emotional skills” in LGBTQ youth.
HHS also gave over $1 million to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in August 2022.
The taxpayer funds paid for a study on the risk of thrombosis, the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels that can lead to death, in transgender adolescents receiving sex change hormonal therapies, federal grant records show.